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Paul Bunyan Communications announces 'GigaZone' network
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Results are in for new Red Lake Tribal Council member
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Shakeup at Bemidji Airport Authority Board
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Thief River Falls man faces sexual assault charges
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Politics prove popular today
17 hours 10 min ago
Plane catches fire after crash in Longville
21 hours 11 min ago
Morrison County aid approved
18 hours 3 min ago
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Crime report for Sept. 16
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Bemidji fire calls for Sept. 11-14
22 hours 41 min ago
Road work on Bemidji Avenue starts Monday
20 hours 25 min ago
Members of the Brass Quintet of the Minnesota Orchestra, (from left), Robert Dorer, Herbert Winslow, Steven Campbell, Kari Sundstrom and Douglas Carlsen, start their day Tuesday performing in front of the iconic Paul Bunyan and Babe the Blue Ox statues near the Bemidji waterfront. The Minnesota Orchestra
VIDEO: A little 'brass' for Paul and Babe
September 16, 2014 - 5:16pm
Daily arrests for Sept. 12-17
23 hours 10 min ago
The Bemidji Sculpture Walk piece "Agent Orange" was reported damaged Sunday morning in this photo from the Bemidji Police Department. (Submitted Photo)
Vandals again damage sidewalk sculptures
September 16, 2014 - 4:30pm
Bemidji’s Kyle Johnson (11) fights for a header against St. Cloud Cathedral’s Collin Strong during Tuesday’s game. Cathedral won 1-0. Monte Draper | Bemidji Pioneer
BOYS SOCCER: St. Cloud Cathedral tips Lumberjacks 1-0
September 16, 2014 - 11:22pm
Bemidji Mayor Rita Albrecht (left) and Red Lake Tribal Chairman Darrell Seki participate in a meeting between the Bemidji City Council and Red Lake Nation Tribal Council on Monday in Bemidji. Longtime officials with both groups could not recall a meeting between the two having ever taken place before. (Zach Kayser | Bemidji Pioneer)
Bemidji City Council, Red Lake Tribal Council meet
September 15, 2014 - 10:38pm

Inside Bemidji Pioneer

The summer issue of in magazine is now available throughout the Bemidji area.

in is a free lifestyle magazine published quarterly by The Bemidji Pioneer. Copies have made available at businesses ...

The Pioneer has a new app for iPad users.

BEMIDJI -- Readers of the Pioneer now have one more avenue to get their news. In an exclusive partnership with Lueken's Village Foods, the Pioneer now has an iPad app. ...

Looking to contact the Pioneer about a question or submit information for publication?  Readers can call (218) 333-9200 for service, but here are a number of ways we can ...

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